Egypt’s Minister of Interior Mahmoud Tawfik ordered on Thursday maximum degree of vigilance and security during the New Year celebrations and upcoming feasts of Christian citizens.
Minister of Interior Mahmoud Tawfik said human rights principles have become a fundamental axis in the security work mechanisms based on Egypt's National Strategy for Human Rights.
In a meeting with his Palestinian counterpart, Ziad Hab Al-Reeh, Tawfik welcomed enhancing and developing the security cooperation relations with the Palestinian side.
Sisi voiced the importance of choosing the locations of these new facilities in a way that achieves security standards and ease the citizen’s movement
Tawfik promised to take strict and decisive action against curfew violators or those who fail to take the state's decisions seriously.
Tawfik's decision comes ahead of the International Day of Disabled Persons, celebrated worldwide on December 3rd every year.
Sisi said the revolution reflected the Egyptians' aspiration to "build a new future for the country, where [people] can get a dignified life."
non-commissioned police officer was suspended over beating a child vendor at a metro passenger carriage on Thursday
Interior Minister Mahmoud Tawfiq approved on Monday a major police reshuffle.
The Ministry of Interior Affairs launched on Friday the “All of Us are One” initiative aiming to reduce prices